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  • AED 250.00

    This felt chart has 15 attachable Velcro organs and 13 name labels which helps students to place and label organs correctly. By linking the labels to a number, students can check if they placed the organs correctly. A great resource for curriculum topics! L / w : 70 x 50 cm Ref. Code:146032

  • AED 329.81

    Build a magnetic skeleton on your whiteboard, refrigerator, or washing machine. Chunky 3-D pieces are easy to manipulate in hands-on discovery. Realistic skeleton set features textured pieces that feel like real bones. Great for introducing science vocabulary. This skeleton is large enough for a whole class to see! Assemble the models in whole-class demonstration, then let students try it later to test their knowledge. Fun science activity for class, home or doctor's office. Includes 3-D textured magnetic skeleton in 15 fit-together parts, 18 magnetic labels, and activity guide. The activity guide contains activities, games, riddles, and a reproducible skeleton worksheet. Ref. Code:1760

  • AED 231.00

    This colourful cloth chart comes with 24 attachable motifs and 21 name labels to help young children learn the names of parts of the body. There is also a stitched outline of the body on the back cloth to help young children attach the pieces correctly. Ref. Code:181122

  • AED 150.00

    Look inside the human body with these realistically detailed models. Each model separates into halves, one with labels and the other with letters for self-checking or assessment (heart features labels only). L : 13cm Ref. Code:1902

  • AED 170.10

    This 2-part model helps students understand the complexity of the brain. One side is labelled with parts of the brain, the other side is labels with letters for assessments. An activity guide is included. Ref. Code:1903

  • AED 170.10

    Features enamel, dentin, pulp, cementum, nerves, blood vessels, root and crown. L : 12.7 cm Ref. Code:1904

  • AED 181.65

    An association game for learning to classify food stuffs depending on their origin: from plant roots (potatoes), from plants and shrubs (tomatoes), from trees (apples), from the sea (fish) and from the animals (eggs, meat, etc.) Up to 5 children can play. The game consists of 5 hexagonal cards (representing the five origins of food) + 30 cards featuring foodstuffs. The game is equipped with a self correcting system on the reverse side. Includes a teaching guide. Ref. Code:20551

  • AED 199.00

    A game of association to relate basic foodstuffs with the colours of a traffic light, based on how frequently they should be eaten, where green means often, amber means sometimes and red means occasionally. Ref. Code:20553

  • AED 185.00

    Do we know what we’re eating? This game lets you discover the most common food, allergies and intolerances, which foods cause them, and what symptoms they can cause. It helps to generate empathy towards fellow students with food intolerances and encourages their acceptance and integratioon in the classroom. Ref. Code:20555

  • AED 115.00

    The ‘Know what you are eating’ puzzle teaches children about healthy food, what you should eat on a daily basis and in which ratio. The pyramid-shaped puzzle is divided into seven rows. The largest part of the puzzle (the bottom row) is about exercise. This is most important. The top row consists of sweets. These are not necessary for a balanced diet and therefore have the smallest section. In between are other groups of foodstuffs that provide very important building materials for a healthy body. By using this material actively, children begin to understand the importance of healthy food and learn its various uses. Individually or in a group, suitable for children aged 3 and above. It contains: a wooden puzzle frame and 27 wooden puzzle pieces. L / w : 40 x 35 cm Ref. Code:2203017

  • AED 202.65

    Features 90 photo-illustrated food cards (with food groups on reverse for self-checking) and 2 back storage pockets. square Aligned with USDA guidelines. Ref. Code:2394

  • AED 265.00

    A fun way of learning about the different parts of the human body and discovering what we’re like inside and outside. While playing with puzzles of the human body, children learn about our bone structure and most important organs. Contains 3 large reversible puzzles. Made from flexible, washable and very- wearing material. Designed for hanging on the wall. Ref. Code:30245

  • AED 506.10

    16 plastic drawings of 35 x 25 cm containing cut-out pieces, whose magnetised figures enable the realisation of more than 100 activities that deal with the basic aspects of the body outline of both boy and girl, as well as in- numerable facial expressions. The educational aspect of this game centres on the perception of the actual body and its elements. Among its multiple psycho- pedagogical objectives, it highlights psychomotor development in which the child becomes conscious of “my” body, as well as linguistic aspect. Collective, handling and language game for the development of: The parts of the body, Spatial and time concepts, Laterality, Sexual Identification, Feeling and emotions, Imitations, Notions of size and colour and form, Creativity and oral expression. Recommended for the learning of a Second Language. Contents: 102 Cut out pieces, 5 plastic bags, 1 bag with self-adhesive magnets, 1 pedagogical and activity guide. Ref. Code:30247

  • AED 238.35

    Learning Resources Skeleton Foam Floor Puzzle. Children can get hands-on as they learn about the human skeleton by assembling this unique soft foam skeleton puzzle! Oversized puzzle will help early learners learn and visualise the name, shape and positioning of all the major bones in the human body. Each piece of puzzle is labelled on the reverse. The complete skeleton L: 122cm Ref. Code:3332

  • AED 257.25

    A fun way to develop food vocabulary! Game features two levels of play with real-life food photography on one side and large-print words on reverse. Includes spinner, guide, 36 markers and four game boards. For 2-4 players. Learning Resources Food Picture Bingo. Children can get hands-on with early vocabulary skills with this bingo game from Learning Resources. Youngsters will practise identifying a variety of common items of food with this familiar bingo style game play. Familiar items of food and drink help children build their basic vocabulary. Players simply put the spinner in the middle of the table and spin it before locating that piece of food on their game card. For 2-4 players. Game boards measure 20 cm height. Ref. Code:5995

  • AED 77.00

    Set of 12 real size fruits different kinds of fruits, in life size and colours beautiful quality of plastic and real life colours for a great pretend play. Ref. Code:60120

  • AED 77.00

    Set reproducing in real dimensions different kinds of vegetables, in real life size and colours. Ref. Code:60121

  • AED 210.00

    Twice the learning! A skeletal system on one side & major organs & muscle groups on the other! Set includes 17 realistically detailed pieces & an activity guide with reproducible diagrams. L : 90 cm Ref. Code:6044

  • AED 145.53

    Encourage healthy choices and role-play with this realistic-looking set of nutritious dinner food that includes grilled chicken breast, spaghetti with tomato sauce, peas, beans, potato, 4 apple slices, 5 carrot sticks, French bread and milk. Shopping basket and activity guide included. All pieces are actual size and washable. Ref. Code:9742

  • AED 551.00

    Our all-inclusive theme boxes make it easy to explore everything related to food and nutrition. The box includes a guide with tons of involving activities related to the theme. Materials come in stackable plastic tubs. Each terrific library features 5 super-engaging books designed to reinforce and expand on the themes explored in our boxes above. Books sold separately from the theme box. Ref. Code:FF968

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